Business Valuation

Recasting the Balance Sheet

Too often, businesses use financial statements prepared for tax purposes in the day-to-day operations of a business. Assets are written off rather than capitalized. Profits are minimized to avoid taxes. The cash flow reflects a negative view of operations from a tax standpoint.

Determining the purpose of the valuation defines the choice of valuation method(s) to apply. By gathering extensive information about your company, industry, and competitors, we can tap into a national database from various resources to access comparable sales information and trends that lead to appropriate pricing multiples.

A professional valuation conducted by an independent third party reflects the ”Fair Market Value“ of a business based on cash flow, and the current market conditions. This presents the true economic value of your business.